New York Times, Friday, November 30, 2012

Author: Gary Cee
Editor: Will Shortz
Gary Cee
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQUXZ} Spans: 6 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Cee. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. See 5-Across : ROSE
5. With 1-Across, hybrid tea's ancestor : CHINA
10. Noxious compounds, briefly : PCBS
14. "Wir leben Autos" sloganeer : OPEL
15. Kind of cortex : RENAL
16. Detrained, e.g. : ALIT
17. "Turn me on, dead man," supposedly, in the Beatles' "Revolution 9" : BACKWARDMESSAGE
20. Go off : ERR
21. Next-to-last word in the Lord's Prayer : EVER
22. Like sherpas : ASIAN
23. Nicks producing cuts? : STEVIE
25. Early psychoanalyst Coriat : ISADOR
28. Coastal diver : TERN
29. Flirt, maybe : BATANEYE
32. Morsel for a ladybug : APHID
34. "There ___ spoon" ("The Matrix" line) : ISNO
35. Apology start : MEA
36. Subject of a 2007 YouTube sensation : PIANOPLAYINGCAT
40. Many a beneficiary : SON
41. Longtime "Headlines" reader : LENO
42. Helpers after crashes : TECHS
43. One way to watch movies : ONDEMAND
46. Olin of "Havana" : LENA
47. On the schedule : SLATED
48. Bundled, say : ASASET
51. Enlightened Buddhist : ARHAT
53. Need to keep one's place? : RENT
55. Mauna ___ : KEA
56. Go nowhere : BEATASTANDSTILL
60. Become clumped : CAKE
61. Ivy's support, maybe : ARBOR
62. How a ship might turn : ALEE
63. Olympic vehicle : SLED
64. Like rats' nests : MESSY
65. Intrigue, once, informally : OLDS
1. Bench attire : ROBES
2. Some deceptive designs : OPART
3. Order confirmation? : SECRETHANDSHAKE
4. Rotarian relative : ELK
5. Chickenhearted : CRAVEN
6. On hand : HERE
7. Little by little : INDRIBSANDDRABS
8. Many vets recall it : NAM
9. Bitter, e.g. : ALE
10. Relay : PASSON
11. Missouri's first elected female senator : CLAIREMCCASKILL
12. N.Y.C. racetrack moniker : BIGA
13. Antique gun : STEN
18. Eccentric : WEIRDO
19. Actress Thompson : SADA
24. Course through the body? : VEIN
26. Panasonic subsidiary : SANYO
27. Yours, in Paris : ATOI
30. "Hot dog!" : YEAH
31. Hot dogs, say : EATS
32. Tail of a dog? : APSO
33. Zero-spin particle : PION
34. "The L Word" producer Chaiken : ILENE
37. Realty reference : PLAT
38. Big blasts from the past, briefly : NTESTS
39. Actress Rowlands : GENA
44. Opposite of down : ELATED
45. ___ Hari : MATA
46. Hall-of-Fame football coach Tom : LANDRY
49. Sniggled : EELED
50. Accounts : TALES
51. Nuts and bolts : ABCS
52. Not fantastic : REAL
54. 1961 space chimp : ENOS
57. Friend of Frodo : SAM
58. Cinque minus due : TRE
59. Way overseas : TAO

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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